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Hello Highway vs Voxby
Compare Hello Highway vs Voxby. Find out whether Hello Highway or Voxby is better for your VoIP business or home needs. The experts at VoipReview have analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of Hello Highway and Voxby and detailed analysis of the comparison can be found below.
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- Founder Year: 2004
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Recent User Reviews
Up until recently I was using long distance cards purchased at the local drugstore. The problem with these cards is that you never get the minutes you think you are paying for. Calling within our state to another area code costs 3 times more than I thought it would. Plus minutes sometimes mysteriously disappeared for no apparent reason. With Hello Highway you get exactly what you pay for and you no longer have to enter multiple digit phone numbers and pass codes. I simple dial a local phone number and dial the person I'm calling. It even allows for speed-dialing. Hello Highway makes it simple and I highly recommend them to anyone.
I use Hello Highway's service regularly and it is a great value!
It took us over a month to get our service set up. Nobody at Voxby could figure out the problem. Then we were unable to contact one of the cities that was part of the in-plan unlimited international plan. It took over a month to get that resolved. There are constant connection issues. They only have one person at the customer service number who can help and he is terribly rude. If he is there to help you, you are lucky, if not tough luck.
To make a long story short, my debit card mag strip went out so I had to get a jcard. Everything was the same except for the 3 digit security code. Unfortunately, their system will not allow you to change this and you have to set up a whole new account. After numerous attempts to contact them via phone and replying to the emails their automated system sent me saying the credit card would not go through, I gave up and had to get another provider who would actually help me when I needed help. Now, they are trying to sue me in small claims court for 7 months of service even after they cut the service off within two months of not being able to pay.